Jersey Movie Review – A Truly Inspiring Sports Drama

A Truly Inspiring Sports Drama

Release date : April 19, 2019

Starring : Nani , Shraddha Srinath, Sathyaraj, Rao Ramesh

Director : Gautam Tinnanuri

Producers : Suryadevara Naga Vamsi

Music Director : Anirudh Ravichander

Cinematographer : Sanu Varghese

Editor : Navin Nooli

Nani’s Jersey is carrying excellent reports and has attained a lot of buzz prior to its release.

The sports drama hit the theaters today amidst sky-high expectations. Read on to check whether the film manages to impress the audience or not.

Story:

Arjun quits cricket at the age of 26. However, he is propelled by his son, Nani, to fight against all the odds and make a comeback at the age of 36.

Arjun now has to challenge his age and fight a medical condition if he is to become a cricketer. Will he be successful in the process? What are the hurdles he faces? The answers to these questions form the remaining plot of the film.

Performances:

Nani breathed life to Arjun’s character. His near to life portrayal of an aged sportsperson is well and truly the biggest asset of the film. He gives a standout performance in this sports drama.

Debutante heroine, Shraddha Srinath is a real charmer. Her subtle performance perfectly blends with the flow of the flick.

Other supporting actors, Satyaraj, Nani’s gang, and his son come up with good performances as well.

Technical Finesse:

The director, Gowtham Tinnanuri played to his strengths and delivered an emotional drama that keeps you hooked even after leaving the theaters.

Background score by Anirudh Ravichander is one of the biggest assets of Jersey. He elevates the mood perfectly, and certain scenes came out exceedingly well, thanks to his efforts.

Also, the camera works are commendable and so were the production values. Art direction is fairly decent and authentic.

Final Verdict:

Jersey is a truly inspiring sports drama that mainly banks on emotions and performances from the lead cast. This will go down as one of the best emotional dramas ever to be made in Tollywood. Nani breathes life to Arjun’s role, which was written exceedingly well by Gowtham Tinnanuri.

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